The morning after violent protests in Baltimore, firefighters, crews and neighbors worked to clean up the destruction left behind. Here’s a look at scenes from the street.
Earth Day turned 45 on Wednesday and retiring late-night hosts Jon Stewart and David Letterman have something to say about its popularity—or lack thereof.
The fatal shooting of Walter Scott by officer Michael Thomas Slager in North Charleston isn’t the first time video captured South Carolina police shooting unarmed civilians. Post opinion writer Jonathan Capehart discusses why routine traffic stops aren’t so routine for …
Backlash against Indiana’s religious freedom law grew this week, with opponents arguing it legalizes discrimination against gays and lesbians. Late-night hosts David Letterman, Conan O’Brien and Seth Meyers joined the fray with a few jabs of their own.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) became the first major candidate to announce a 2016 White House bid — and late-night comedians like Jon Stewart, Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman couldn’t resist taking a few jabs.
Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) resigned from Congress amid allegations he misused funds. The Washington Post’s Ben Terris explains a few things lawmakers might want to avoid if they want to keep their seats.
The Justice Department report on the shooting of Michael Brown forces Post opinion writer Jonathan Capehart to face uncomfortable truths.
Hillary Clinton may eventually put the e-mail scandal behind her, but that won’t keep people from being suspicious of her every action. Post columnist Eugene Robinson reacts to the former secretary of state’s news conference.
Here’s a look at five of the most notable bribery cases in politics — and how much it took for lawmakers to sell out.
Capital Weather Gang’s Angela Fritz goes to the roof of The Washington Post to see how much snow has fallen and lets us know what’s in store for the weekend.